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Madrid, the capital of Spain, attracts many visitors thanks to its many emblematic places. Starting with the Plaza Mayor, a large square with a unique architectural style that reveals the great statue of King Philip II, the red arcades as well as the Casa de Panaderia. The city is also home to one of the best opera houses, Europe's Teatro Real, which hosts the most prestigious performances. During your stay in Madrid, explore world-renowned museums such as the Prado, Reina Sofia or Tyssen and be sure to visit the Royal Palace in Madrid. Linger at the bustling Rastro market or on the Puerta del Sol square, along Gran Vaa Avenue, look up to admire Madrid's four towers and stroll through Retiro Park. During a lunch break, choose the typical restaurants or traditional bistros in the city.

FAQs for Madrid

  • Can we visit the mythical stadium of Real Madrid?
    Yes the Bernabéu stadium can be visited. There are a number of things on site, including the football pitch, the players' locker rooms and the press room. In addition, an exhibition area tells the story of the club and presents all its achievements.

Things to do and see in Madrid

  • Prado Museum
    Art lovers can see renowned paintings and sculptures at the Prado Museum, an exceptional art venue.

  • Royal Palace of Madrid
    Former home of the kings of Spain, the Royal Palace of Madrid is an emblematic monument that will dazzle you with its grandeur and magnificent decoration.

  • Queen Sofia National Museum Art Centre
    The Reina Sofia Museum is a collection of modern and contemporary art created by internationally renowned artists.

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